Vermont Secondary College, Vermont

Name: Vermont Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Morack Road
Town: Vermont
Postcode: 3133
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9873 1077
Fax: (03) 9874 4368
Pupils: 1290

Vermont Secondary College is a highly regarded single campus, co-educational state secondary college located in a quiet residential area within the City of Whitehorse; eastern suburbs of Melbourne. In 2002 the Eastern Region agreed to an enrolment ceiling of 1300 students as the demand for the college has continued to grow.

The College’s motto, “Lift Up Thine Eyes” exemplifies a forward-looking college community committed to maintaining a strong tradition of excellence through the achievement of enhanced educational outcomes for all students.

Vermont Secondary College was established in 1962 to provide education for students in a growing outer suburb of Melbourne. The college maintains its focus of providing for students from its local neighbourhood but also caters for students who travel from outside its local neighbourhood. There are several school buses that allow students to travel from adjoining suburbs to the college or to connect with trains on the Lilydale and Belgrave lines.


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